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single

1. (of a flower) having only one set or whorl of petals
2. Archaic (of ale, beer, etc.) mild in strength
3. a gramophone record, CD, or cassette with a short recording, usually of pop music, on it
4. Golf a game between two players
5. Cricket a hit from which one run is scored
6. 
a. Brit a pound note
b. US and Canadian a dollar note
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There is also the revival of the "Pease" limitation on itemized deductions and the personal exemption phase-out for taxpayers whose taxable income exceeds $250,000 for single taxpayers and $300,000 for married taxpayers.
Total assets, not including the house, can not exceed $28,000 for single taxpayers and $30,000 for married taxpayers.
42) As was last year, single taxpayers with an adjusted gross income (AGI) of $65,000 or less and married filing jointly taxpayers with an AGI of less than $130,000 will be able to deduct $4000 for higher education tuition and fees.
The wider the disparity, the higher the tax on the single taxpayer.
And the maximum taxable income subject to the 10% tax rate has increased to $7,000 for single taxpayers and married taxpayers filing separately ($14,000 for married taxpayers filing jointly and qualifying widowers).
37 percent for single taxpayers making more than $75,000.
Phasing in over the next several years, this Act offers a handful of provisions that will alleviate the marriage tax penalty; provisions that will effectively treat married filers the way they treat two single taxpayers.
Taxpayers (6) that are affected by the marriage relief provisions generally fall into two categories: single taxpayers and married individuals filing joint returns.
A new 10 percent tax bracket applies to taxable income up to $6,000 for single taxpayers, $10,000 for head of households and $12,000 for joint returns retroactive to January 1, 2001.
McClintock's bill, expected to be introduced today, would order the state Controller's Office to mail a check for $530 to every taxpayer who filed in 2000 as married or ``head of household'' and for $200 to single taxpayers.